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ComEnvi controversially scraps protection of non-EU food suppliers from UTPs opinion

The opinion was adopted with 55 votes in favour to 5 against and 5 abstentions

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In their adoption of a draft opinion on unfair trading practices (UTPs) in the agri-food supply chain, the Parliament Environment Committee (ComEnvi) scrapped a clause referring to the protection of food suppliers outside the EU, the NGO Oxfam has remarked.

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